Abuja - Some of the top military officers under probe for the $2.1 billion controversial arms deals have lost their command positions.
The Presidency has also replaced the designated military attache for the embassy in Germany.
It was gathered that the military officers under investigation have been detained at a facility in one of the barracks in Abuja.
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A former Chief of Defence Staff, Air Chief Marshal Alex Badeh, and 17 others were handed over to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) for investigation on their involvement in the scandal.
The list include 11 military officers and two former Chiefs of Air Staff, Air Marshals M.D. Umar and A.N. Amosu (retd.).
- News 24